The company fought in the Battle of Tippecanoe, where it suffered more casualties than any other unit engaged on there.
Corydon became the second capital of the Indiana Territory on May 1, 1813, when it was relocated from Vincennes in Knox County.
During the eleven years that Corydon served as a territorial and state capital, it was a center of politics. On September 11–14, 1860, the first annual county fair was held on Corydon's 36-acre (15 ha) fairgrounds.
Notable residents during this time included Davis Floyd, a prominent local politician; two governors of Indiana, Jonathan Jennings and Ratliff Boon (the state's first and second governors, respectively); Dennis Pennington, the first Speaker of the Indiana Senate; and William Hendricks, Indiana's first U. It has been an annual event since 1860, making it the longest, consecutive-running annual county fair in the state.
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Corydon is a town in Harrison Township, Harrison County, Indiana.
Located north of the Ohio River in the extreme southern part of the U. state of Indiana, it is the seat of government for Harrison County.
Corydon was founded in 1808 and served as the capital of the Indiana Territory from 1813 to 1816.
During the War of 1812 Corydon sent a mounted militia company nicknamed the Yellow Jackets to support the territorial army.
On April 19, 1816, President James Madison signed an Enabling Act that provided for the election of delegates to a convention at Corydon to consider statehood for Indiana.
Forty-three delegates, including five men from Harrison County, convened June 10–29, 1816, to draft Indiana's first state constitution.
Dennis Pennington, a Harrison County representative and the speaker of the territorial legislature's lower house, helped secure the town's selection during the 1813 session of the Indiana Territory's general assembly.
Pennington pointed out that Corydon would be an ideal location.